National Political Studies

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Mangum, M., & DeHaan, L. (2019). Entitlement and perceived racial discrimination: The missing links to white opinions toward affirmative action and preferential hiring and promotion. American Politics Research, 47(2), 415-442.


Craig, M. A., & Richeson, J. A. (2018). Majority no more? The influence of neighborhood racial diversity and salient national population changes on whites’ perceptions of racial discrimination. RSF: The Russell Sage Foundation Journal of the Social Sciences, 4(5), 141-157.

Mangum, M., & Block, R. (2018). Social identity theory and public opinion towards immigration. Social Sciences, 7(3), 41.


Brown, R. K., Kaiser, A., Rusch, L., & Brown, R. E. (2017). Immigrant-conscious congregations: Race, ethnicity, and the rejection of anti-immigrant frames. Politics and Religion, 10(4), 887-905, doi:10.1017/S1755048317000475

Brown, R. K., & Brown, R. E. (2017). Race, religion, & immigration policy attitudes. Race and Social Problems, 9(1), 4-18.


Brown, R. E., Brown, R. K., Phoenix, D. & Jackson, J.S. (2016). Race, religion, & anti-poverty policy attitudes. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 55 (2): 308–323.

Capers, K. J., & Smith, C. W. (2016). Straddling identities: Identity cross-pressures on black immigrants’ policy preferences. Politics, Groups, and Identities, 4(3), 393-424.

Sanchez, G. R., & Vargas, E. D. (2016). Taking a closer look at group identity: The link between theory and measurement of group consciousness and linked fate. Political Research Quarterly, 69(1), 160-174.


Berry, J. A. & Junn, J. (2015). Silent citizenship among Asian Americans and Latinos: Opting out or left out?.Citizenship Studies, 19(5), 1-21.

Brown, R. K., Taylor, R. J., & Chatters, L. M. (2015). Race/ethnic and social-demographic correlates of religious non-involvement in America: Findings from three national surveys. Journal of Black Studies, 46(4), 335-362.

Brown, R. K., & Brown, R. E. (2015). Race/ethnicity, religion and partisan leanings. Review of Religious Research, 57(4), 469-505.

Mangum, M. L., Chaffin, L. Y., Greene, A. D., & Shelton, J. E. (2015). Aligned or misaligned? Similarities and differences between African Americans’ and black Caribbeans’ opinions on affirmative action. The Journal of Race and Policy, 12(2), 51-83.


Brown, R. K., Kaiser, A., & Jackson, J. S. (2014). Worship discourse and white race-based policy attitudes. Review of Religious Research, 56(2), 291-312.

Hutchings, V. L., & Wong, C. (2014). Racism, group position, and attitudes about immigration among blacks and whites. Du Bois Review, 11(2), 419-442.

Muste, C. P. (2014). The implications of survey modes and methods in measuring social-group closeness. Public Opinion Quarterly, 78(4), 859-888.


Brown, R. E., Brown, R.K., & Blase, A. (2013). Religion and military policy attitudes in America. Review of Religious Research, 55(4), 573-595.

Brown, R. K., Taylor, R.J. & Chatters, L. M. (2013). Religious non-involvement among African Americans, Black Caribbeans and non-Hispanic Whites: Findings from the national survey of American life.” Review of Religious Research 55 (3): 435-457.

Chen, M. H., & Lee, T. (2013). Reimagining democratic inclusion: Asian Americans and the Voting Rights Act. UC Irvine Law Review, 3(2), 359-430.

Mangum, M. (2013). The racial underpinnings of party identification and political ideology. Social Science Quarterly, 94(5), 1222-1244.

Nteta, T., & Wallsten, K. (2013). Are separate struggles really one? African American clergy, elite messages, and African American perceptions of commonality with Latinos. The National Political Science Review, 15, 19-38.

Okongwu, J., Mangum, M., & Odum, F. (2013). Racial group consciousness, economic threat, and black opinions toward immigration. The Journal of Race and Policy, 9(1), 71-86.


Craig, M. A., & Richeson, J. A. (2012). Coalition or derogation? How perceived discrimination influences intraminority intergroup relations. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 102(4), 759-777.

Nteta, T. M., & Wallsten, K. J. (2012). Preaching to the choir? Religious leaders and American opinion on immigration reform. Social Science Quarterly, 93(4), 891-910.

Segura, G. M. (2012). Latino public opinion and realigning the American electorate. Daedalus, 141(4), 98-113.


Block, R. (2011). What about disillusionment? Exploring the pathways to black nationalism. Political Behavior. 33, (1), 27-51.

Brown, R. K. (2011). Religion, political discourse, and activism among varying racial/ethnic groups in America. Review for Religious Research 53 (3): 301-322.


Brown, R. K. (2010). Religion, economic concerns, and African American immigration attitudes. Review for Religious Research 52 (2): 146-158.

Brown, R. K., Kaiser, A., Daniels, A., & Simkins, R. A. (2010). Religion and the interracial/ethnic common good. Journal of Religion and Society, 12, 1-12.


Brown, R. K. (2009). Denominational differences in support for race-based policies among White, Black, Hispanic, and Asian Americans.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 48 (3):604–615.